The UK’s elite training body, the Academy of Dermatology, is currently in the midst of a major rebranding, with the organisation announcing that it will be known as the British Academy of Cosmetology.

The Academy is a British cosmetic cosmetic industry body which promotes the use of cosmetic ingredients as well as the products they contain.

The Academy of Cosmetic Science (BCCS) was founded in 1966 and has been a professional body for the cosmetic industry since 1984.

The BCS is a leading British cosmetic organisation which aims to promote the best possible standards in cosmetic products for the benefit of the cosmetic community.

BCCS chairwoman, Dr Karen Raine, says that the organisation will now be referred to as the Academy Cosmetologists of Great Britain.

Raine says that BCS has been at the forefront of cosmetics innovation, and she is very proud of the work that the academy has done.

“As a Cosmetologist and an Academy member, I can say that Bcs leadership has been invaluable in the development of the Academy’s Cosmetological Products, and the Academy will be the leading organisation in this field for many years to come,” she said.

While the organisation has a long history of producing cosmetic products, its first product, the Aventis Professional Collection, was developed by the Academy in the late 1980s.

In a statement, BCS said that the Academy is currently working to ensure the BCS’s products are available to the wider cosmetic community as soon as possible.

Its members include some of the world’s most renowned cosmetic companies including Lancome, L’Oreal, Burberry, Prada and Nars, and it also has the Cosmetical Institute of Australia, which offers accredited degrees in cosmetic science, as well a Bachelor of Arts degree.

With the Academy now becoming a BCS member, it is hoped that its products will continue to be made in the UK.

According to the Bens account, Bens is in the process of relocating to London and will begin the rebrand in 2017. “

We look forward to welcoming the Bics Cosmetologic Team back to the UK in the near future.”

According to the Bens account, Bens is in the process of relocating to London and will begin the rebrand in 2017.

Bens, which is owned by British cosmetics giant Asos, has previously announced that it plans to open a UK headquarters in the south-west of England.

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This story has been updated to correct the date of Bens relaunch.